We will make sure you will feel comfortable the whole time, but we also won’t be shy to push you a little out of your comfort zone if it feels right for you. Or perhaps you seek the thrill? Then don’t you worry, we have been adrenaline addicts for decades and know how to get a fix! To top off your rafting experience, we also get the chance to jump off a cliff into the river… Now you’re definitely wet, and happy!
Such an experience will feel so much better once you can share the photos with your friends and family, or even on your social media accounts. Right? Everybody in the group must agree to photos and pay for them. We then bring along an extra “photo kayaker” to capture the best moments of your life. If you are more than 10 people we can do a discount – please get in touch by e-mail or phone.
Difficulty & Safety
You will get a safety briefing and a paddle technique briefing before starting the trip. Your guides are absolute professionals with adequate river experience, and very high safety standards. The river is considered medium difficult (class III-IV). Let the staff know as soon as possible if you have health problems such as, but not limited to, heart conditions, diabetes, back injuries or shoulder injuries.
You will get a wetsuit, neoprene shoes, life jacket, helmet and a paddle for the trip. Let the staff know as soon as possible if you have health problems such as, but not limited to, heart conditions, diabetes, back injuries or shoulder injuries.
You have to bring
- Bikini/bathing apparel.
- Thermal underlayers if cold weather.
- Towel for changing – Note that there are no showers available at the base.
- Do NOT wear anything cotton under the wetsuit – it gets very cold when wet. Wear wollen socks in the neoprene shoes.